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Algorithms can pick up on combinations of odd words - ever googled 'nature' and 'bluetits' ??? Or even Rubus Cockburnianus?
Can you put them outside in the sunshine during the day and bring them in at night?
I think it's feasible - bigger would be better, but that would be fine - and at that size you need have no fears for child other than it will become obsessed with wildlife and grow into Chris Packham No. 2 - which can only be a good thing
It's not a plant that I grow - I don't think it's hardy enough for my garden - but this site gives some information on pruning etc http://www.homelife.com.au/gardening/plant+tool/grevilleas,5348,
I hope that's helpful
I think a bog garden container will be lovely - we watch bees, wasps and butterflies landing on the pebbles at the edge of our pond to take a drink - endlessly fascinating
I agree, beech or hornbeam would be lovely there - or holly
But yes, you'll have to replenish the soil first.
Never having grown watermelons I've no idea how much they'll dislike it, but I'd do it anyway - growing so closely together will impair their growth so I'd go ahead, do it quickly and gently - I reckon they'll be fine
Alternatively couldn't you suspend home-wrecker from the ceiling in a cage?
Just a thought ............... I'll get my coat .......................
Good morning Fritillary and everyone else
What a glorious morning